How to Play "Entre Dos Aguas," by Paco de Lucía (Lesson #5) | Lead Guitar Tutorial - Part 4
Now we’ve made it to the part of the song where things really start taking off. The figurative “launch pad” that Paco uses to boost the tempo and rhythmic intensity is a technique called alzapúa. With this technique, you will be using your thumb exclusively.
Watch the lesson video to see in detail how it’s done. By the time we finish the lesson, you’ll have a highly valuable new tool in your flamenco guitar toolbox. Enjoy!
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